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Copper Country Today – April 5, 2020

On this week’s Copper Country Today program: The kids are out of school – most likely for the rest of the school year. What happens now? Copper Country Intermediate School District Superintendent George Stockero helps sort out what’s ahead… When we’re cooped up at home… stress levels rise. How do …

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High School Sports Season Ends – Saturday Sports Wrap

High School In the wake of Governor Gretchen Whitmer’s cancellation of face-to-face K-12 instruction for the remainder of the school year, the Michigan High School Athletic Association has officially ended all spring sports, along with the remainder of any unfinished winter sports tournaments. No champions will be named in the …

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Face Masks Of The Keweenaw Needs Your Help

There is a local, volunteer effort to make reusable face masks, to help healthcare workers and those most susceptible to COVID-19. Face Masks from the Keweenaw currently has over 500 members, and is looking to recruit more. Their goal is to produce 10,000 reusable face masks, and to date, they …

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Michigan’s COVID-19 Cases On The Rise

Michigan’s confirmed cases of COVID-19, along with deaths from the virus, sadly continue to rise. As of yesterday afternoon, Michigan now has close to 10,800 confirmed cases, along with 417 deaths. Michigan’s Upper Peninsula now has 17 confirmed cases, with 2 deaths. One death occurred in Gogebic County, on March …

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Lions Sign Defensive Back – Friday Sports Wrap

Finlandia Finlandia University has signed up two more athletes. Martin Zapata is a soccer player who led his team in points and assists at Cypress Bay High School in Weston, Florida. Jordan D’Angelo is a baseball infielder from West Bend, Wisconsin. has committed to play for the Finlandia University baseball …

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Community Action Agency Is Here For You

If you’re struggling during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Community Action Agency wants you to know they’ll do what they can to help. Director Jean Laberge stated residents are invited to call the agency, 9a-4pm Monday through Friday, to ask about what they can offer help with. Their core programs including …

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